Malaysia Restaurants & Dining

Where and What to Eat in Malaysia

Malaysia is a fantastic opportunity to try different styles of Asian cooking. As a result of the country's diverse heritage – Malays, Chinese and Indians, you’ll be able to find food from three different countries in one place, with perhaps a little fusion in between. Rice is of course, the staple but Malaysian food also utilises a lot of spices and meats.

Major cities such as Kuala Lumpur have a vast number of international restaurants serving French to Japanese and Korean to Mediterranean dishes.


Restaurant Reviews

Malaysia's passion for food is well-known; food is not just a necessity here, it's an obsession. The whole country - especially its capital city, Kuala Lumpur - is filled with places to eat. Read More...

 
Kuala Lumpur Restaurants

Kuala Lumpur is a food haven – with a large population brimming with different races and cultures, it doesn't take very much to find a place to eat with a variety of traditional food. Read More...

Kuantan Restaurants

Pahang offers a nice variety of Malay, Chinese and Indian food. On a more specific note, Kuantan, a city along the east coast, has some great seafood to savour. Read More...

 
Langkawi Restaurants

As an island surround by azure blue seas that hold a rich variety of marine life, it’s no wonder that Langkawi has a buffet spread of culinary delights from the sea. Read More...

Malacca Restaurants

As an area surround by azure blue seas that hold a rich variety of marine life, it’s no wonder that Langkawi has a buffet spread of culinary delights from the sea. Read More...

 
Penang Restaurants

In Penang, hawker food is as delicious as the finest gourmet experience in any city. Many Malaysians hold Penang as the top food destination in the region. Read More...

 

Port Dickson Restaurants

Be it a quick weekend getaway or a long-awaited tropical holiday, when you’re on vacation one of the most important things to do is to sample the local cuisine. Read More...

 
Chinese Food

The unique appeal of Chinese food is its vast menu. Just as the Chinese will eat anything with their backs facing the sun, the cooks will cook it in every conceivable way. Read More...

Malay Food

Malay food is the most commonly available food in the country. Originating from Indonesia, traders from across the world have influenced the Malaysian style of food preparation. Read More...

 
Indian Food

In the 19th century Indian labourers migrated to Malaysia to work in rubber estates and on railways, bringing with them cooks from the land of overwhelming curries. Read More...


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